cleanseEx() - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director SDK Reference Guide

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Verify
Product family
Trillium
Product
Trillium > Trillium Quality
Version
17.2
Language
English
Product name
Trillium Quality
Title
Trillium Director SDK Reference Guide
Topic type
Overview
Administration
Configuration
Installation
Reference
How Do I
First publish date
2008

The cleanseEx() method combines the attach(), cleanse() and release() methods into a single method. Use this method in a real-time environment when processing only one record at a time.

Syntax

public void cleanseEx(char systemID,
                        java.lang.String serverName,
                        java.lang.String trillName[],
                        java.lang.String inputData[],
                        java.lang.String updtRule[],
                        java.lang.String outputData[],
                        int retCode[]);

Parameters

Name

Type

Use

Length

Description

systemID

char

In

1

System ID of requested server.

serverName

string

In

1-8

Name of requested server.

trillName

string[ ]

In

n*

Array of strings that contains the field names of the data to be cleansed. Fields correspond to the field names in the DDLs.

inputData

string[ ]

In

n*

Array of strings that contains data to cleanse.

updtRule

string[ ]

In

n*

Array of strings that contains the update rules for the returned data.

outputData

string[ ]

Out

n*

Array of strings that contains the cleansed data on return. Must be pre-allocated by the caller with the correct number of elements.

retCode

int[[ ]

Out

4

Error code that indicates status of method call.

n* indicates maximum length allowed by the operating system and hardware on which the program runs.

Example

This CleanseSingle.java sample program cleanses one record.
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;
import java.lang.*;
import trillium.director.*;

class TestJNIClient {
    public static void main(String[] args) {

    TrilTGenClient testClient = new TrilTGenClient();

    // Return code
        int[] retCode= new int[1];

    // Miscellaneous processing
        int i;
        int maxOut;

    // System and Server ID for attach()
        char systemID = 'G';
        String serverName "Cleanser";

    // Data for Cleanser
        String[] trillName = {"LINE_01",
            "LINE_03",
            "LINE_09",
            "FirstName",
            "HouseNo",
            "StreetAddress",
            "City",
            "State",
            "PostalCode",
            "Country"};

        String[] updtRule = {"",
            "",
            "",
            "PR_GIVEN_NAME1_RECODED_01",
            "dr_house_number1",
            "dr_street_name",
            "dr_city_name",
            "dr_region_name",
            "dr_postal_code",
            "WINDOW_KEY_01",
            "WINDOW_KEY_03"};

        String[] inputData = {"john smith",
            "164 lexington",
            "01821"};

    // Create array contains returned cleansed data
    // Must be initalized to contain all returned elements

        String[] outputData = new String[12];

    // Use cleanseEX method to cleanse
    // (no attach or release required)

    testClient.cleanseEx(systemID, serverName, trillName, inputData,
    updtRule, outputData, retCode);
        if (retCode[0] != 0) {
            System.out.println("cleanseEX method returned " +
    retCode[0]);
        }
        maxOut = outputData.length;
        if (maxOut > 0) {
            for (i = 0; i < maxOut; i++) {
                System.out.println(outputData[i]);    
                }
            }
        }
}